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    Does anyone know where I can buy rough cedar in the mississauga or gta area...looking mainly for 8/4 rough ...

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    Re: looking for cedar

    Dominic, I was just talking to a gentleman at a mill near Port Perry and he has about 700 BF of air dried rough cut white cedar and is in the process of cutting more. Please send me a PM and I can give you the particulars. I would rather not post his telephone number at this time.

    Murray
    I've cut this thing three times and it's still too dang short

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    • #3

      Re: looking for cedar

      Try these guys, good selection of stock, high quality reflected in the price but not totally out to lunch.
      http://www.yellowpages.ca/bus/Ontari...did=12794669ab
      Exotic wood in Burlington:
      http://www.exotic-woods.com/domestic.aspx?p=1

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      • #4

        Re: looking for cedar

        Western Red cedar

        How much are you looking for and is it just 8/4.

        Brian
        If your dreams don't scare you, you are not dreaming big enough

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        • #5

          Re: looking for cedar

          thanks for the help guys, brian I'm not sure how much i need yet, am thinking of building a pergola about 16x25 feet, so the boards will have to be at least 16 ft long...Dom

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          • #6

            Re: looking for cedar

            Cedar

            Domenic....When I entered that post I was in Vancouver and a great place for cedar at terrific prices.I left Wed morning. Unfortunately I am now in Fargo, North Dakota in the middle of a snow storm and they are expecting 14 inchs overnite and not expected to end until tomorrow evening. The good thing is that we are staying at a hotel across the street from Tool Crib of the North. I have bought cedar from Main Lumber near or on Trafalgar in Oakville just south of QEW. Their price was competitive and the quality was excellent. I have always used 6/4 for my decking.

            Brian
            Last edited by Brian @ Muir; 04-11-2008, 12:58 AM. Reason: amend
            If your dreams don't scare you, you are not dreaming big enough

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            • #7

              Re: looking for cedar

              Brian,
              Main is now closed but I believe they are part of Tamarack(Burlington)/ Central Fairbanks lumber group(Toronto)FYI
              But I've always known them to have good lumber.
              I've been to Tamarack and Central Fairbanks and the lumber quality seems good.

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              • #8

                Re: looking for cedar

                Cedar Lumber

                Try Oliver Lumber in Etobicoke. A friend of mine just bought a pile of rough cut cedar there.

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